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  • Hello again.

  • Well, this is very exciting, Paul.

  • The boss is sending Anna and Tom on a business trip to France.

  • He wants them to clinch the deal with a company interested in buying their imperial lemons.

  • But has Tom got more than business on his mind?

  • Really?

  • Well, me, you, Nana?

  • To France.

  • Yes, but make sure you get that contract signed.

  • We need the business.

  • Yeah, yeah, of course.

  • Always staying overnight.

  • There's no money for that.

  • Just get there and come straight back opened.

  • Could you bring back those nice French biscuits they have in the duty free shop?

  • Sure.

  • So, uh, we're off on holiday together, are we?

  • No, but I've got to book the flights online.

  • Can you help me, please?

  • Oh, it's not my thing.

  • I'm sure Denise will help only two given a pack for this trip.

  • All right.

  • Yes, Marge.

  • In the cupboards.

  • Envelopes, apparently.

  • Tollman.

  • Donna, She's gotta go marred by.

  • Hello, Anna.

  • Everything okay?

  • Sort off.

  • I've got to go to France with Tom.

  • Yes, I know.

  • I thought you'd be pleased to go with Tom after your time in the station.

  • Recovered with him.

  • I was just finding an envelope.

  • Denise.

  • Anyway, I'm worried about booking the flights online.

  • I usually booked flights and travel agents.

  • It's company policy.

  • Now we have to do everything online, even my food shopping.

  • But don't tell Paul.

  • Oh, right.

  • So where shall I begin?

  • Pull up a chair, Anna, and we're long gone, right?

  • Let's start with the British Airlines website, their London to Marseille.

  • What is the outbound ICT going out tomorrow?

  • Back tomorrow?

  • Business class or economy class?

  • I think we'll say economy.

  • That's cheaper, I guess.

  • What's this mean?

  • Flexible or fixed?

  • A flexible ticket means you can change your flight, but a fixed one means you can't.

  • And that's cheaper.

  • So we'll choose that one.

  • Our book.

  • You on the 8 a.m. Flight from Heathrow and flying home at six PM I just need to type in your full names now and select chul seats.

  • Window or aisle?

  • I'll What?

  • No.

  • Anna.

  • A seat by the ill or by the window?

  • Oh, an aisle seat place.

  • Denise.

  • Good.

  • What's your frequent flyer number?

  • Oh, I don't have one of those.

  • What's that?

  • Frequent flying.

  • I'm but here.

  • I've got a gold status card.

  • Can you, uh, stick my number in cold status.

  • Where did you get that?

  • Oh, are flown loads of times for business.

  • I've done deals all around the world.

  • He means he's been on lots of jollies free trips.

  • Paid for one of the company.

  • And all he's come home with is a sun tan.

  • Really?

  • Right.

  • I just need to pay now.

  • Using the company account.

  • Of course.

  • Cool.

  • Now, what do you think of my sunglasses?

  • Not really.

  • Tom.

  • Denise has spoke to you.

  • A window seat, OK?

  • Ah, no, Sorry.

  • I can't sit by the window.

  • I'm, uh yes, Tom.

  • Well, I mean, it's only polite that the lady six bythe what top like, hopefully he'll prove a useful business partner for Anna on the trip to France.

  • Here's a reminder of some of the questions you may be asked when booking a flight.

  • What's the outbound and return date?

  • Do you want to fly business or economy?

  • Do you want a fixed or flexible ticket?

  • Would you like a window or aisle seat?

  • Have you got a frequent flyer number?

  • There you go.

  • You to your e tickets.

  • Now, don't forget your passports.

  • Thanks to nice.

  • Hey, Anna.

  • I'm saying please that were on this trip together.

  • It'll be nice to spend some time with you.

  • Yes, and to do some business on really show Paul were Hiss best employees?

  • Yeah, of course.

  • Um, I just wondered.

  • Yes.

  • Is there any chance I could sit in the label?

  • See, I've got a feeling Anna's in for a bumpy ride.

  • Find out how their trip goes.

  • Next time on English at work, CF.

Hello again.

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